The Best Frozen Pizza For Your Buck
Unfortunately we can't always go out for great pizza, but luckily for us there are some pretty good pizzas just waiting for us at the grocery store. With so many to chose from, how do you make the decision? Well you guys are in luck. Having grown up in the middle of nowhere, I had the opportunity to try out a lot of frozen pizza in my day and have developed a love for it. It has come a long way from the cardboard stuff of the past and now it can stand up next to some of the best pizzas when it comes to taste and variety.
California Pizza Kitchen
Not as good as the actual restaurant of the same name, but if you are looking for a delicious thin crust pizza than California Pizza Kitchen is the way to go. Not your ordinary frozen pie either. They do some pretty unique stuff with their pizzas. They even pair up their pizzas with an appetizer like spinach and artichoke dip. These are generally under $10, which makes them a great pizza deal.
This has always been a favorite of mine. Freshetta has been pleasing pizza lovers since 1996 as one of Schwan's line of frozen pizzas. These guys have some serious flavor and variety. Not just regular pizza anymore. These guys are doing everything from pepperoni to Hawaiian and those are on a variety of crusts too. Once again, most of their pies can be bought for less than $10.
Price Chopper Rising Crust Pizza
That's right, our local Price Chopper has it's own brand of frozen pizza and it's also pretty damn good. Where they don't have the variety of some of the other guys, they do have a great product that can save you some big money. Most of the Price Chopper frozen pizzas are around $6, so your wallet and your taste buds will be happy.
Stouffer's French Bread Pizzas
Not really for the family, unless you buy a few of these, but these things are tasty. Stouffer's owns the frozen food aisle and they rival some of the bigger pizzas with these gems. It says you can make them in microwave, but you should do the extra work and pop these babies in the oven or toaster oven because the crispiness of the crust is what makes these things. Do be warned, they hold the heat so watch the roof of your mouth, believe me, I know. Not a bank breaker by any means. A package of these can be bought for near or around $4.
Not that we would ever actually believe that this isn't delivery pizza, but Digiorno is a pretty delicious product. Once again these guys offer a fantastic variety of products, and they have gone the extra mile and sell both pizza and wings together in one box for around $10. Now that's a good deal. Thin crust, flat bread, stuffed crust, and even some gourmet toppings, Digiorno has it all and doesn't lack in flavor either.